Chelsea’s Identity Overhaul: A Blueprint From Across The Ocean

A contribution piece by Jack Capizzi Baseball, like football, is a ruthless, result-oriented business. Following the 2017 MLB season, the New York Yankees decided not to retain Joe Girardi, their manager for the past ten years. Though the 2017 Yankees finished their season one win away from the World Series, the team’s performance failed to [...]


Should Lampard change his formation when N’Golo Kanté and Ruben Loftus-Cheek return?

A contribution piece by Alex Huyberechts Since Frank Lampard has joined Chelsea Football Club as Head Coach, the First team's formations have been quite versatile, changing between the 4-2-3-1, 4-3-3, and 4-4-2 diamond formations. In addition, the squad has performed very well with the Unit High Press, something Maurizio Sarri has struggled to do last [...]

This season is make or break for Kenedy

Generally, a two-window transfer embargo in a post-Hazard world would prove detrimental in relation to Chelsea’s competitiveness in the Premier League and in the Champions League. However, it provides squad players who were destined for the departure lounge with an opportunity to impress and provide a dilemma for Frank Lampard ahead of the opening encounter [...]

Saints or sinners?

A contribution piece by Will Reyner "Stand Up If You Hate Tottenham!" For Chelsea fans, Tottenham Hotspur is the team we love to hate and love to beat. Our derbies against them crackle with hostility and have a special atmosphere. Our players know it, feel it and are inspired by it; who can forget Eden [...]

Rediscovering Chelsea

A contribution piece from James Smith To say there's been unrest at Stamford Bridge over the last couple of years would be an understatement. We've seen club legends depart, taking their invaluable leadership qualities with them, a flurry of poor signings and the tenures of Antonio Conte and Maurizio Sarri sparking huge debate among the [...]